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Be Nice to Your Body: Here’s Why It Could Benefit Your Health

Let’s be honest: When was the last time you gave yourself a compliment? If it’s been awhile, you’re not alone. Negative self-talk happens to the best of us. But there’s good news: you have the power to flip the script. Here’s why you should consider writing a letter to yourself — and how it could actually help support your health goals. 

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3 Surprising Health Effects of Daylight Saving Time

Just when you thought you were used to early sunsets and bright mornings … it’s time to turn your clock forward! This year, daylight saving time begins March 10, and just like the end of daylight saving time, “springing forward” can have surprising effects on your health. Here’s what happens when you “lose” an ever-important hour of sleep — and what you can do to help your body adjust.

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Why is Sleep Important for Your Health? This New Study Just Revealed Another Reason

Maybe you were up late watching your latest TV obsession, working past your typical bedtime to put the final touches on a project for work, or were awake for hours comforting a sick child in the middle of the night. Whatever the reason for lost sleep, you woke up this morning feeling groggy and less-than-ready to start the day, reaching for all the coffee to get you through.

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What Are Circadian Rhythms and How Do They Impact Your Health?

Has this ever happened to you? You wake up abruptly, unsure of what disturbed you, and immediately reach for your phone to check the time. Is it time to wake up? The numbers stare back at you – it’s 7:00 a.m. Frantic, you’re just about to leap out of bed when you realize…it’s Saturday. (Oh, great!)

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5 Ways to Naturally Lower Your Blood Pressure

It’s an alarming statistic, but did you know that almost half of all people in the U.S. over the age of 20 have some form of high blood pressure?According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),2 high blood pressure — also known as hypertension — can affect anyone, at any age. What’s more, 2017 guidelines from the American College of Cardiology (ACC) and the American Heart Association (AHA) have lowered the threshold for what constitutes high blood pressure, so now even more Americans are considered to have the condition.3

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Single? Taken? Self-Care Tips Just in Time for Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day is known for the usual gifts of chocolates, heart-shaped cards and red roses, but it’s not just about romance — Valentine’s Day is also the perfect time to treat yourself – and others – to something special. 

 

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